Texas Chainsaw Massacre…

…Didn’t really happen. As soon as the end of the movie said the Hewitt  family had killed blah blah blah amount of people during blah blah blah years, I knew people would take it seriously.

I check my stats on a pretty regular basis and noticed people doing searches for the Hewitt family. People, there was no Hewitt family. The Texas Chainsaw Massacre was loosely based on Ed Gein.  Ya know, the guy who made lamp shades and other objects out of human skin. There wasn’t a deformed man running around Texas slicing people up with a chainsaw.  As far as I know anyway.

Remember, it’s just a movie. If you still don’t believe me check out Snopes.com.


~ by B on October 11, 2006.

8 Responses to “Texas Chainsaw Massacre…”

  1. It’s just a movie so far.

    But I swear, catch me in a bad mood one of these days…

  2. As a matter of fact, before that movie came out, no one had ever used a chainsaw on a person for any murderous reason or otherwise.

    The guy who wrote the movie script, got the idea while in the saw section of the hardware store. He thought it would be a great way to get people to clear the line, so he could pay for his crap faster.

  3. Seriously? I thought it was real!

  4. The same thing happened when The Blair Witch Project came out. People believed it really happened. Go figure. I guess there is a sucker born every minute.

  5. Wow!
    I can’t believe people think that film was based on fact! Mind you… Paris is full of people tripping around looking for albino monks and Roslyn has been full of people peering at the floor for the past couple of years… 😛

  6. I just watched the Ed Gein documentary which is on the remade version of the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Good and informative watching if any one is interested in Ed Gein…

  7. you are lying

  8. ive seen his grave talk to people who lived thre hell i live around there yeah texas was him kinda

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